AceShowbiz - Jungkook is another BTS (Bangtan Boys) member who has released his debut solo album. To celebrate the arrival of "Golden", the youngest member of the K-Pop group treated his fans to a music video for one of its tracks, "Standing Next to You".
Dropped on Friday, November 3, the Tanu Muino-directed visuals shows the 26-year-old singing the pop-funk song while showing off his moves. A number of backup dancers join him throughout the video.
"Standing next to you/ Standing in the fire next to you, oh," he sings in the chorus. "You know it's deeper than the rain/ It's deeper than the pain/ When it's deep like DNA/ Somethin' they can't take away, ayy/ Take-take-take-take-take-take off."
Aside from "Standing Next to You", Jungkook's new album has other 10 tracks. They include "Seven" ft. Latto (previously Mulatto), "3D" ft. Jack Harlow, "Closer to You" ft. Major Lazer and "Please Don't Change" ft. DJ Snake among others.
According to a press release, Jungkook "expresses the flow of emotions that follow the changes in relationships" through the order of the tracks. The message continued to read, "The first half of the album introduces songs with light-hearted melodies portraying someone falling in love, whereas the latter half lays out songs that feel heavier, dealing with emotions following a breakup."
Just days prior to the album's release, Jungkook already had something to celebrate in his musical career. His collaboration with Latto, "Seven", became the fastest track to hit one billion streams on Spotify. The track reached the milestone just 108 days after its release and surpassed Miley Cyrus' hit "Flowers", which took 112 days to hit the billion mark when it was released earlier this year.